Delivered new in September 1965 to Mr Claridge of Hertfordshire, England in Bianco Polo white with black leather interior, chassis number 07715 is confirmed as one of 6 RHD UK supplied short nose cars with the six carb factory option.
In 1974 the second owner Brian Kendall had the car repainted in red and displayed the car at the 18th Ferrari National Concours event at Eastington Hall, where it won its class.
Subsequently the car spent time in Germany during the 1980s with its third owner before returning to the UK in 1989.
The car has a full and unbroken service history and has been Ferrari Classiche certified.
The car became part of the Olympia De Fey Collection in the UK in 2016 and has since been subject to a grand restoration by Barkaways Ferrari specialist.